SQUARE POS UPDATE 3/18/2020
To our Square community:
We’re all facing unique challenges right now, and for business owners, the stakes are particularly high. We want to offer support and help in the ways we can.
We are refunding all software subscription fees for the month of March for existing sellers who currently use Square Appointments, Retail, Restaurants, Loyalty, Team Management, Payroll, Marketing, and Square Online Store. Square will manage the process for you—there’s no need to do anything. Additional product updates are also in the works. You can use our just released curbside pickup option through Square Online Store, and we will release a local delivery feature this week. We are also waiving curbside pickup and delivery fees for the next three months. Be sure to bookmark this PAGE for the latest information and tools to support you and your business.
PECO UPDATE 3/18/2020
At PECO, safety is our top priority. As part of our commitment to safety, we are closely monitoring developments related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) and taking appropriate precautions to protect the health and safety of our employees, contractors and customers.To ensure the safety of our customers and employees, we are closely following the guidance of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, eliminating all non-essential travel and abiding by all travel restrictions, and limiting large internal and external meetings and gatherings. We are also ensuring our essential employees who regularly interact with customers have the appropriate equipment to perform their jobs safely.
Please read the following FAQs to learn more about how PECO can help.
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COVID-19 and Employer Unemployment Compensation (UC) 3/18/2020
Governor Tom Wolf's updated guidance for Pennsylvania businesses (as of 3/17)Opens In A New Window
The Department of Community and Economic Development has a resource account for businesses to reach out to directly with questions and concerns about operations. Email email@example.com with your name, business, contact information, and concern, and someone will be in contact to assist you.
Employees affected by a business closure, reduction in hours, or a medically or government directed quarantine or isolation should be encouraged to file for unemployment compensation (UC) benefits if no other compensation, such as paid leave, is available to them.
Employees should be aware that they cannot receive both UC benefits and paid leave, as it may result in an "overpayment" that requires them to return benefits. READ MORE HERE